Indo-Caribbean


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Indo-Caribbean

n, adj
another word for East Indian
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Indo-Caribbean men and women are significantly more likely to be married (44% and 43%) compared to African-Caribbean men and women (25% and 32%).
Jahaji: An Anthology of Indo-Caribbean Fiction Frank Birbalsingh, ed.
For myself, a writer of Indo-Caribbean descent, I've found it discouraging that no such movement is flourishing in the United States.
A collection of essays, poems and prose by leading Indo-Caribbean scholars and writers, on East Indian history and culture in the Caribbean, published to commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the arrival of Indians in the region (1838-1988).
Lomarsh Roopnarine (hereafter LR): Did indenture create a new liberating space for Indo-Caribbean women, or did they simply exchange one oppressed environment for another.
Bahadur continues into a poignant, eloquent exposition of the Indo-Caribbean female coolie's origins and ordeals in sections entitled "Embarking," "Exploring," and "Returning." The first two seek to uncover Sujaria's laboring and sexual journeys from her presumed natal home in Bhurahupur village and a possible widow's existence at Brindavan to a 1903 voyage as a pregnant migrant from Calcutta on The Clyde, followed by laboring stints on Enmore and Rose Hill plantations and family life as a petty vendor, wife, and mother in Cumberland village.
The next project of this kind calls for a fuller examination of other Caribbean healing traditions as practiced within Taino, Kalinago, and other indigenous communities as well as within the Indo-Caribbean and Chinese-Caribbean communities.
It attempts to examine the processes of readjustment and accommodation, acculturation, interculturation and indigenization in its attempt to explore Indo-Caribbean female experience: the psychosocial and spiritual growth and the quest for identity within the context of the Indian diaspora in the Caribbean.
This article developed out of research that the author conducted during the late 1990s for his doctoral dissertation and eventually his book Indo-Caribbean Indenture: Resistance and Accommodation (Roopnarine 2007).
Aljoe's on slave narratives, Brinda Mehta's on Indo-Caribbean literature, John C.
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